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." stick around. >>> coming up next, jodi arias may learn her fate. will she live or die? live to phoenix, next. ♪ new beneful medley's... ...in tuscan, romana, and mediterranean style varieties. just mix it in... ...and take play to new places. three cans in every pack. new beneful medley's. ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> now to arizona. later today, jurors in the jodi arias trial will hear arguments about why her life should be spared. casey wian with more from phoenix. >> we, the jury, upon our oath, find that the aggravating factor especially cruel has been profession. >> reporter: jodi arias sat solemnly as the jury decided she is eligible for a death sentence. the aggravating factor fades of a process that will you the mul determine her sentence. the county medical examiner, family and friends of victim victim travis alexander fought back tears. martinez displayed graphic images of alexander's body on giant screens that showed dozens of stab wounds. one so deep it punctured a vain going to his heart that produced a gusher of blood and several to the head that dented his skull.
. they are ridiculously expensive but good video here. >>> coming up, we are giving you an invade look at jodi arias' jail cell and the strange magazine she has been reading there. >>> plus, in nebraska, a cold case teen joins the investigation into a mysterious set of murders of am crayton university professor and his wife. woman: everyone in the nicu -- all the nurses wanted to watch him when he was there 118 days. everything that you thought was important to you changes in light of having a child that needs you every moment. i wouldn't trade him for the world. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. if you're caring for a child with special needs, our innovative special care program offers strategies that can help. >>> it's half passed the hour. good morning, everybody. i am poppy harlow. >> i am victor blackwell. here are five stories we are watching this morning. number one, the commuter train in connecticut. investigators should be on site this morning to try to determine what caused the train to jump the tracks and
finds jodi arias eligible for the death penalty in the gruesome murder of her ex-boyfriend. will she get life or will she get death? >> good morning, everyone, welcome to "early start." a lot of news when you were sleeping. >> may 16th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> we begin with breaking news this morning. dangerous deadly storms overnight killing at least six people. and right now, the search is on for 14 people who are missing and the fear that the death toll could go up. terrifying funnel clouds bearing down the hardest hit area is granbury, texas. six people were killed in a habitat for humanity neighborhood. most of the 120 homes there were destroyed, more than 100 others are injured. victor blackwell live in granbury for us. what is the latest there? >> there is a rescue task force coming in from dallas now to search for these 14 unaccounted for people. we're told that the six people that you mentioned who were killed, two of them were found so far from homes that they're now expanding the search area. not just to the central area of an area called rancho brazos, but also to pastures
's case and the investigation. >>> also today, it was jodi arias' turn to listen as travis alexander's brother and sister told the court how his brutal killing had ripped the heart out of their family. >>> we start, though, tonight in north texas where at least 13 tornadoes touched down last night, 13. a terrifying night for everyone in their path. this is what it looked like on the ground. take a look. >> dude, look at that! it's right above us! right above us! film right above us! literally look straight up! >> oh, my god! oh, my goodness! [ bleep ]. >> the 13 funnels touched down, they unleashed their fury. this video was shot near bowie. imagine seeing that in your backyard. in granbury an ef-4 twister touched down, the second most severe on the scale. at least six people are confirmed dead right now, dozens more injured. as we said, a terrifying night, twister after twister ripping through north texas as people did their best to take cover. one neighborhood in granbury was particularly hard-hit. dozens of homes were destroyed or damaged. the storms wiped out the water and electr
in the coal mine. >>> o.j. simpson on the stand. long shot bid for a new trial. jodi arias back in court has the jury offered the convicted killer another blow. nancy grace breaks down the legal case and only nancy grace can. >>> the video today that you have to see to believe. a deer crashing through the windshield of a bus. find out how it ended. i'm talking for the deer. you're watching "starting point." how do you get your bou? i just stick the bar in the dryer like this, and it freshens my laundry for me so i don't have to think. wait. what was the question? [ male announcer ] how do you get your bounce? [ man ] stick it and forget it. as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> the final phase of jodi arias murder trial begins later today with jurors ultimately deciding whether she receives a sentence of life or death. they found that she was exceptionally cruel when she murder her ex-boyfriend. that verdict means she is el viable to receive the death penalty. the prosecution ham
it was a very, very emotional week in the jodi arias trial. the jury found she was exceptionally cruel when she killed her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. that opens the door for her for the death penalty. as jurors weigh that option, they heard from alexander's siblings. cnn's casey winan was there. >> his killer, an emotional jodi arias sat and watch, he told jurors about the unanswered questions that haunt him to this day. >> how much did he suffer? how much did he scream? what was he saying? what was the last thing he saw before his eyes closed. what was his final thought in his head? >> next, sister, samantha alexander approached the podium crying even before she spoke. >> travis was our strength. our constant beacon of hope. our motivation. his presence has been ripped from our lives. >> defense witnesses are expected to speak about several mitigating factors that could spare arias' life, including a lack of a criminal past and her talent is as an artist. >> this is a girl right here that you pledged when you were selected as jurors that after hearing or after possibly convicting her firs
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as it was done without trespass or physical force. >>> jodi arias will be in court today for the sentencing phase of her trial. before jurors can impose the death penalty, they must answer a key question. was arias cruel when she murdered travis hafner? is jodi arias is now tweeting. she has warned, "any donations to my family or me are made only at jodiariasisinnocent.com. any other source asking for donations is fraudulent. thank you." >>> boston fire chief steve abraira is under fire for his handling of the boston bombings. 13 of 14 fire chiefs have signed a letter of no confidence. they claim he was more of a spectator than a commander at the height of the terror attack. the embattled chief told "the boston globe," he felt the situation was under control, and he felt there was no need to add another layer of management to an already complicated scene. >>> the woman who survived 13 days buried under rubble in the bangladesh building collapse is speaking. she is now in a military hospital and describes what it was like when she was finally rescued. >> translator: suddenly i heard the call of pr
in the jodi arias trial. defense websites to testify on her behalf are pushed back to monday. but not before siblings of the man she killed delivered emotional victim impact statements to the court. >> steven alexander in the u.s. army in 2008 when he found out his brother travis had been murdered. as an emotional jodi arias sat and watched, he told jurors about the unanswered questions that haunt him to this day. >> how much did he suffer? how much did he scream? what was he saying? what was the last thing he saw before his eyes closed? what was his final thought in his head? >> reporter: next, sister samantha alex and every approached the podium, crying even before she spoke. >> travis was our strength. our constant beacon of hope. our motivation. and his presence has been ripped from our lives. >> reporter: defense witnesses expected to speak about several mitigating factors that could spare arias' life, including her lack of a criminal past, her past effort to convert to the mormon faith and talent as an artist. >> this is a girl right here that you pledged when you were selected as juro
in 20 minutes for other topics to talk about. including that of the jodi arias penalty phase as well as what's going on in the o.j. simpson trial. we're going to talk about the penalty phase in particular. >>> get a load of this. someone sets up a camera in alaska hoping to get an up and close kind of look at a grizzlie bear and, boy, did they get that. maybe too close. we're going to talk about how this came to be and what's to be learned from it. >>> first a trip this sum tore the national parks may reveal the splendor of nature. josh lebs is on the go with details. >> reporter: you can still count on old faithful to be on time, but the rest of your schedule at yellowstone and other national parks could change this summer. >> the sequestration called for a 5% cut to the national park services budget. part of the savings is going to come in form of 1,000 summer seasonal employees so lacking those employees, visitors will see fewer ranger-guided program that those might have given. or the closure of some facilities one or two days a week. >> reporter: adjusted hours and programs can
or the 2008 case that landed him in prison. >>> jodi arias back in court today to begin the sentencing phase of other trial before jurors can consider imposing the death penalty they must answer a key question. was arias cruel when she killed ex-boyfriend travis alexander. arias is now out of a prison psychiatric ward and sent her first tweet. any donations to my family or me or made only at jodi arias is innocent.com. any other source asking for donations is fraudulent. thank you. >>> angelina jolie is receiving overwhelming support after the revelation that she carries a breast cancer gene and underwent breast removal surgery. her biggest supporter is her partner of eight years, brad pitt. he told "usa today" she could have stayed private about it and i don't think anyone would have been none the wiser with good results but it was important for her to share the story and that others would understand it doesn't have to be a scary thing. in fact, it can be an empowering thing and something that makes you stronger and us stronger. >> wow. >>> ahead on "starting point," a beautiful model's lif
'll be right back. before global opportunities . >>> the jury deciding jodi arias' fate is deciding emotional statements from the brother and sister of travis alexander. arias sobbed in court when they talked about what he meant to them. they simply said they didn't want to see their brother's murderer anymore. cnn's casey wian has more from phoenix. >> reporter: stephen alexander was in the u.s. army in 2008 when he found out his brother travis had been murdered. as his killer emotional jodi arias watched. he told the jurors about the unanswered questions that haunt him to this day. >> how much did he suffer? how much did he scream? what was he saying? what was the last thing he saw before his eyes closed? what was his final to the in his head? >> next, sister samantha alexander approached the podium crying even before she spoke. >> travis was our strength, our constant beacon of hope our motivation and his presence has been ripped from our life. >> defense witnesses are expected to spoke about several mitigating factors that could spare arias' life, including her lack of a criminal past, he
in the second phase of the jodi arias murder trial. it only took an hour and a half for them to find that arias was cruel when she stabbed, shot, and nearly decapitated her ex-boyfriend, travis alex ander in 2008. that word cruel was crucial. they had to agree on that and do so unanimously to open up the possibility of a death sentence. now they've done. that they can choose death. that is the next phase of the trial. but our senior legal analyst says the next stage is a lot more complicated challenge for the prosecution because they have to show arias deserves no mercy. that last phase is expected to go on for about a week. >>> today marks exactly one month since the boston marathon bombing and while it was day of remembrance, a new controversy is brewing. 13 deputy fire chiefs say their chief didn't show leadership that day. today the mayor addressed their letter of no confidence in which letter of no confidence in which they allege the chief has become a spectator at emergency scenes. he says his fire commissioner is looking into the allegations and will need answers before deciding what to
the attorney for jodi arias is visiting her at the jail where she hangs out before she has to go to court. fridays are only lawyers days. no family can visit her. what is interesting is has only been a few days since that man and cocounsel made a motion to quit the case. motion denied. judge said no. understandably, judge said no. we are at the finish line of a $1.7 million, $1.8 million defense. he's had his visit with jodi arias in the jail. who knows what that conversation was like? because jodi has said she wants to speak. maybe in elocution. maybe just testimony. but she wants to stand up in her own defense. or does she want to actually defend herself any longer? at this point it is anyone's guess which is part of the reason why this has been such a fascinating case. just gets more fascinating. that is it for me. have yourself a wonderful weekend. i'm headed back down to phoenix for jodi's case. in the meantime jake tapper takes it from here. >>> congressional hearing drinking game. if you took a yagr shot every time someone said outrageous at today's irs hearing you'd be in for one
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